In a person’s life, moving can be a very stressful time, particularly if he or she has not hired adequate help to move their furniture. Piano movements can be particularly stressful because to move the piano safely, the mover needs to have special experience and skills. I have outlined a few commonly asked questions about moving a piano in this article to help explain what moving a piano means and prepare you with the knowledge to select the correct mover. I strongly suggest you to visit Hilton Piano Center LLC to learn more about this. I have mentioned some questions at the end of the article that you may ask to help you select your piano mover, as well as the details you should have ready for the mover to be prepared enough for your move.
Why do I need a competent piano mover to be hired?
Instead of using the household mover that moves the majority of the contents of your house, many of you might wonder why you might need to employ a professional piano moving company to move your piano. The primary reason for hiring a licensed piano mover is that there is not enough preparation or equipment for many household movers to properly move a piano.
Weighing between 400 and 900 pounds, the normal upright piano. Grand pianos can be 650 to 1300 pounds in weight. Depending on the manufacturer, model, age and condition of the piano, the value of a piano can range from a few hundred dollars to 500,000 dollars. The majority of piano movements involve moving the instrument, such as a small door frame or staircase, through a tight room. In certain situations, in order to get it out of your home, the piano will need to be removed. Using a professional and skilled piano mover would significantly reduce the risk of harm to the instrument and your house.
I have come across several instances as a piano mover where a client has hired a household piano mover to move their piano and has had to make an emergency call to us because the household mover was unable to get the piano out of his or her home. In other times, since their price was much lower, I got calls from clients who had hired a non-reliable piano mover and had to book an emergency move with us because that piano mover did not show up to move their piano or call to explain why they were not there.